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MONDAY, MARCH 3, 1002.
HOSE WHO HAVE
rl ill HO U UCDl tllUU
Ithey can have im
Iplicit confidence in
J the true worth of
1 ft vftry pair-that they
aTe just as we represent them
to - be-that we adjust any
that our shoes are invariably
better for the money than
can be found elsewhere.
Wilson & Co.
Successors to Cleaver Bros.
L. GREENWALD, Repairer.
Phone, Black 91.
A Table Decoration.
At a banquet given recently in Paris
by a French conntcsa the guests re
ceived a most astounding surprise. In
the center of the table was what ap
peared to be a huge pile of roses, and
Just before soup wbb served the roses
parted, disclosing a large birdcage.
This suddenly opened, revealing a
beautiful young lady adorned with
rings. She remained in her strange
position during the dinner and lntro
luced each new dish by singing a
Bad Looked Out For Number One.
"Have you ever done anything to
better the condition of any part of the
human race?" said the very serious
"Of course I have," answered the
person with the cold gray eye. "Am
I not a part of the human race?" Ex
change. A Cynic on Bfarrlase.
Sardines are a delicacy flt for any
tpicure, but the other fish was thus
IQmmed up by an epigrammatic Cor
Dlshman: "Pilchards," be said "are
like wives. When they're bad, they're
twful, and when they're good they're
nly middling." Pall Mall Gazette.
Book Agent Ib the head of the bouse
Servant Yes; he's In the library try
ing to write a letter on a new type
writer be has just bought
Book A'gent (hastily) I'll call again.
All the rivers of Africa have re
markable peculiarities. They seek the
ocean that Is farthest away from
their source. Their course Is always
broken by falls, and their mouths are
stopped by numerous sandbanks.
For a First-Class article in
TALLiAN & GO.
THE LEADING DRUGGISTS.
if 92 Thlsilpntarehi on trrvrj box ot the geenlae
& yryC.. Lautive Rrrmn Qiinrini i
tto rcuadjr that win a M 1m oar.
PENDLETON MEN WILL
JOIN J. H. ROBBINS
To Purchase one of the Best Produc
ing Mines in Eastern Oregon, Re
quiring Something Near $300,000.
A group of Pendletohians are go
'ing to join J. H. Robhlns, of Sump
1 ter, in the purchase of one of the best
mining properties in Eastern Oregon.
The mine is equipped with machinery
' and is a property that hnB already
nrnrtiirort much yellow metal. It is
not as yet desired to maice Known me
mino in niiostloii. but some proml-1
nent men in Pendleton are enthus
iastic over this latest proposition of
Mr. Robbiins, who put through the
Pnnnnril deal Which yielded SUCll
ImndBome returns to the Pendleton in" j
The present proposition calls for an j
investment of ?300,000 and of this
amount Pendleton people will probab
ly contribute one-half. Those who
have inquired into the venture assert
it is the best thing in the mining Jine
ever offered to Pendleton people, and j
if it goes through it is asserted that(
monthly dividends will come rolling
in regularly after the first six months,
as the mine to be purchased is al
ready a gold yielder.in large quan-i
The Concord mine, which air. kod- --1-1.
bnis placed with Pendleton people to j
a great extent, has paid the investors Misses Harriett and Ted arrived Sat
somothing like $400,000, and this deal . unlay morning, the others stopping in
is expected to be even more fruitful, Portland for a day.
as the possibilities are very mucu
greater in this instance.
Mrs. J. P. McMinn is visiting friends
in town from, from her home in'AValla
C. B. Isaacs, an Upper McKay creek
stockman, is in town.
Mrs. Rose Campbell returned Sun
day evening from Portland.
Miss Maud Jones left this morning
for Portland, to visit friends.
Lee Curtright, a farmer of McKay
creek, was in the city Saturday.
Miss Ethel Johnson left this morn
ing for Portland to visit friends.
S. L. "Wakefield, the piano man,
went to Adams today on business.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur L. Knight viBit
ed relatives at Helix over Sunday.
L. W. Roberts, a prominent business
man of Walla Walla, was in town Sun
day. PnnrPKPntntTvp T. J. Kirk, of Athe
na, is registered at the Golden Rule
Frank Duprat is back from a trip
to Portland, where he went on busi
ness. Mrs. J. R Agee, who has been ill at'
her home on Ann street most of the
winter, is much improved.
Mrs .Eugene Tausick, of Walla
Walla, is the guest of Mrs. M. F. Kel
ly, at the Golden Rule hotel.
Miss Chlorinda Schull, of Walla
Walla, is visiting her sister, Mrs.
Chlorinda Greulich, in this city.
Miles Kemler, of Kemler's grocery
store. visited his Bister, Mrs. W,
Dibley, of Walla Walla. Sunday.
Earl Gillanders is in town from
Meacham. He has been recently ap-1
pointed a notary public in that dis-,
James A. Howard is confined to his '
home at the corner of Alta and John-1
son streets with a complication of la 1
grippe and qulnzy.
Judge Taylor and Alvln Merrill, of
wniin wniin -nr0 ir, sii,iot- r-ic '
iting friends on their way home from
a pleasure trip to Salt Lake.
Joe Kennedy, who has been attend
nig Pendleton Academy, took the W.
& C. R. train for Helix Saturday, to
viBit his parents for a few days.
Arlle Pennlck, a former Btudent of
the Pendleton Academy, who has been
attending the University of Oregon
thiB year, arrived in Pendleton Sat
Joseph Bayler, the first harness man
and saddler in Pendleton, is In town
from his homo near Pilot Rock. Mr.
Bayler, though advanced In years, is
enjoying splendid health.
Mrs. Leona Thompson and daughter'
Miss Ida, arrived Sunday evening from
their winter's sojourn in California.
Put Your Best Foot Forward.
and walk into the Pendleton Shoe Cg'b.,
parlor, where you will find a Btock of
Footwear, from which you can get
what you want at the lowest prices,
Winter styles are being closed out as
Bpring is near.
Pendleton Shoe Co.
645 Main St
HOW HE ASKED HER
Silas Driver Oht I Just lovu animals.
Mr. Cold "Won't you love me? 1 am a little hoarse.
Born, in Goldendale, March 2, to the
wife of Rev. J. R. Buchanan, a girl.
Mrs. Buchanan is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. J. P. Ritner, of this city, and
Mr. Buchanan was formerly the pastor
of tho Presbyterian church here.
Mrs. J. H. Wallace left thiB morn-
ing for Walla Walla to visit a few j
days with her Bister. From there flhe
will go to Dayton to visit her parents
3 41 i n -trill 1 1CU I
, ruiurV , "uu: u , t.r'l Pendleton is still in the throes of
Wallace's parents live. She will be the personal fight which has been wag
absent two weekB. ed uetween the Heathman-Beam and
Mrs. L. E. Haitt, who haB been vis- the anti-Heathman-Beam Bides. This
itlng the family of J. T. Brown and morning the matter was again taken
other relatives and friends for several up In the district court for Umatilla
weeks, left this morning for her home county and Judge Ellis has been lis
at Forest Grove. Mrs. Hiatt contem- tening to the lawyers' pleas pro and
plates returning to Pendleton about con, and the end is not yet. The citi
the first of April and making her per- zens of Pendleton are thoroughly dis
manant home here. I gusted and think that it 1b time for
Dr. R. M. V. Turley, of Waitsburg. something to be done to stop the mat
who is secretary of the Washington ter consequently all kinds of reme
Irrigation & Colonization Company, d,es have been suggested, among
passed through Pendleton Sunday eve- tnem the oue of getting up a petition
ning on his way ot Boise City to look asllnS a11 the present city officials to
after the interests of the comnanv.
Dr. Turley was formerly a citizen of
"Dkiah, Umatilla county.
THE OREGON KING MINE.
The Suit for the Possession to Go to '
Judge Bellinger, of Portland, has al'
lowed the petition of the defendant, in ,
hte case of J,
T. lirown and W. D.
Maddox against the Oregon King Min
ing Company for a writ of error, which (
is vinuaiiy an appeal or tne case to peopio wouia line to Know, iacn iac
the United States circuit court of ap-' tion thinks it Is right, and Heathman'a
s for the ninth district I backers say they will fight it to the
This Ik tho Imnnrtont mlnlnir cult
for the nossession of the orennn Kintr '
Company'B mines in Crook county, think is right and will continue to as
which was tried before Judce Bellln- pert themselves until they gain their
Portland. A verdict was reached by I
the plaintiff on the second trial, and
the defendants, through their attor-
ney, W. W. Cotton, filed a motion for
a writ of error. The defendants are
to Put up a bond of ?3000 to take the
case upon appeal. It is further order-
jea,y tbe court that G defendant is
nt to remove any of the ore from the
,dump at the m,neB wh,le the appeal
Is in progress and until it is decided.
Several Pendleton men hold stock
in the mine, which Is an excellent one
and are, therefore, directly interested
in this case,
What It Is.
Advertising is tho life blood of the
business world today, and well direct
ed advertising is like the powerful
searchlight of a river steamer, thrown
upon a distant cottage on the bank,
cutting it out like a picture painted on
a black canvas. The timid buyer and
the prospective industry will follow
the rayB of the searchlight of public
ity, just ub surely as will the eyes of
tne steamers passengers follow the
light thrown from their vessel. They
will not search tho Burroundlne doom
for objects of Interest when a beauti
ful picture Is clearly shown before
them. Prospective buyera will not
search the surrounding gloom for
your competitors if the searchlight of
publicity is turned on your own place
01 uusincBB. uanastota (w. T.) Bee,
We may live without poetry, muate
We may live without conscience and
live without heart;
We may live without friends, and lira
But business today cannot live with
The Country Merchaat
Hog Cholera Remedy.
Frank Spike's hog cholera remedy
will, if used, prevent hors from tak
ing the disease and will fllro tinva af
ter they are afflicted with it, If used
according to directions. Fraak
Spike, JKofco, Oregon.
BATTLE STILL ON
Argument of Counsel Before Judge El
' lis and No Matter What His Decis
ion Is Case Will Go to a Higher
reH'Sn lUBlr Illces ana nave a special
election called to elect new officials
throughout, and it is likely that this
will be brought up at the meeting of
the Pendleton Commercial Club Tues
day night. Whether or not this would
V.n m tx,n4- nnU .,..1 4n
c " Jl'u.. I"
jumping at any and everything that is
suggested that has a possibility of
of bringing peace between the fac-
1 SCnTnottltnp' nlinillrl liri Hnnn ni imm
but what that something is is what
hlttpr pnfl while thp nnH.clrlo nro Innt.
as determined to stand bv what they
Heathman and Beam after hearing the
argument being brought out today this
will end the fight In the district court,
but it will be carried up to the bu-
Light or Heavy Sole
Dongola Kid Uppers and
made by a firm who have a
world wide reputation for
Shoes that Wear
Patent Leather Polish
prcme court and fought there. Th8
will keep the old officers In their ot-
finial positions while the matter Is lu
Tho outcome will he awanea
with more than ordinary Interest nmi
every citizen In Pendleton will rejoice
when the affair is finally settled.
For Sale or Exchange. '
One thoroughbred shorthorn bull.
This animal Is registered In American
Herd Book and is a fine specimon of
the shorthorn breed. Color dark red,
nge three years. Will sell at a reas
onable price, or exchange for an ani
mal of equal m6rlt. For particulars
call on or address, A. B. Stanley, Eho,
Can't Keep it Secret
Tho splendid work of Dr. King's
New Life Pills is daily coming to light.
No such grand remedy for Liver and
Bowel troubles wns ever known be
fore. Thousands bless them for cur
ing constipation, sick head&che, hll
llousness, jaundice and indigestion.
Try them." 25c nt Tallman & Co.'s
drug store .
On the Bentley ranch, three miles
northwest of Pendleton, March 17,
1902, we will sell our complete farm-'
Ing outfit, consisting of horses, har
ness, wagons, plows, a Holt harvester,
etc. L.AING BROS.
For Justice of the Poaoo.
I hereby announce myself a candidate for
tho nomination for justice of the pence of
Pendlotm district, subject to the will of the
next republican convention Joe II, 1'ahicm,
ST. JOE STORE.
of Ladies' Muslin Underwear, Corset
Covers, and Infant's White Dresses,
for one week, beginning
Saturday, Fefc. 22, Ending Friday Night, Feb. 23.
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 CO.
( ANNOUNCEMENT )
Out New Styles of Ready-to-Wear
Hats have arrived and are now
open for inspection.
J Up-to-Date, First Class Furniture Store J
The largest stock frnm whirVi tn cplrt nnrl nil at
defy competition. Undertaking'parlors in connection.
M. A. RADER.
Main and Webb Streets Pendleton, Oregon. J
POULTRY and EGGS
International Poultry Fqod makes then.
Beef Meal gives them flavor.
Clamshells make them solid.
- Mica grit aids digestion.
Try a sample.
C. F. COLES WORTHY,
Hay, Grain ami F4.
107 aad 139 Ea8t Alta Street.
get up in the morning
.with an all-gone feeling
in the stomache and a
desire for a good cup ;
of coffee and not get it.
Try Owl Special
in the future, it is pleas
ant in flavor and goes
right to the spot.
Owl Tea House
Cheapest place in Oregon.
Pendleton Ukiab Stage Line
tlustoa St Carney, Prop's.
Leave Tendleton every day at 7 o'clock
except Sunday, for Pilot Rock, Nye,
Kuigo, Alba and Ukiah. wood ac
commodations. Reasonable freight And
City office at Tallman A Co'b drnp
In handsome furniture
is one of the most agreeable
surprises that delights the
mistress of a home, especial
y in such new designs as we
are showing in all lines such
as are kept in an
... FaniktM. Oregon