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HATS, HATS, HATS,
BAER Sf DALEY
One Price Glothiers, Furnishers and Hatters, Pendleton.
TUESDAY, MARCH. 4. 1902.
Anna Margaret Small, a resident o
Bater City, was examined before
Owelty Judge Travllliou by Drs. Snow
wmm I'liy, and adjudged insane and
scsA to the asylum at Salem.
Roderick D. Tanpin, president of
tke Gallatin National bank, of New
Ynfc city, is dead, after a brief illness
at Lakewood, "N. J. Mr. Tappin play
4 a leading part in the financial his
trr of the city for the last half cen
tury and more.
' '.Henry Bishop Perkins, one of the
snt prominent men in Warren, O n
xnUfionaire, committed suicide on Sun
day, the 2nd hist. His son suicided a
year ago and the father was known to
iiave broo'ded over it. . Mr. Perkins
was president of the First National
Bask of the town.
Mrs. May Hanua, daughter-in-law of
JMaric Hanua, former wife of Dan Han"
na, Blark's oldest son, will assist in
defeating the public school ticket her
cx-$ather-in-law wants to be success
ful in Cleveland, O. Mayor Tom L.
Jolinson and Mrs. Hanna will.be "fel
low . politicians" in the battle.
I is understood that the new sal
sioc cannery combine, taking in at
lease 45 of the largest cannery plants
ia airitish Columbia, is about complet"
HL The combine is on the line of
Hut of the arrangement on the Co
lunliia river. American capitalists are
ajK&iiig the deal witli a capital, it is
itstted, of ?4,000,000.
(Prince Henry's reception at Bowl
ing Green, Ky., pleased him fully as
orach as the larger ones. Judge
Swims, a venerable citizen, mounted
the rear platform of the Columbia and
iu ihe name of Kentucky presented
lire .prince with some peach brandy
awl some whisky. The prince gravely
ctpted the t;ift and faithfully prom
fsui the judge; that he would drink
aaftd of it when he got thirsty.
PACIFIC NORTHWEST NEWS
sytoui Wash., people- have voted
Cor 550,0m) in bonds on the district to
fadld a public school building.
Joseph Rellly is under arrest at
fortlend charged .with smuggling.
Tktxe were found in his possession
"KG tins of opium .
Kthel M. McCarty, an Albany, Ore
ay girl, took poiqpn and died at
"Ifardner, Idaho, a few days ago. She
letrf been disappointed in s love af
fair. The anti-gambling ticket in La
Grande, is as follows; 'J.,C. Henry for
oiajor, Frank Ghiiders'tfor marshal,
Horace C .Williams for recorder, and
iialnrsed the independent candidate, J.
XL Aiken for treasurer.
Tne house rivprs and harbors -com-erfttee
recommends an appropriation
a,S00,000 casn for continuing the im
jroTcment of the Columbia river, and
J1.W30.000 additional for authorized
-caatracts. Oth,er Oregon and Wash
ington rivers fare well.
Trro meetings held in the First
Methodist church Sunday In Salem in
-ttie interest of Willamette University,
lm ratoe funds toward paying the debt
ml Iho school, were highly successful,
rax $11,000 was subscribed. The
diAt Is $3500, and Salom was ex-
ipeeted to raise $10,000. i
lugau Fcharffer, of Bakor City, hi
Mt of the 40 heirs to the estate of
A2m Nicholas Emerick, a partner of
Jtibn Jacob stor. Tho owner of the
fortune died many years ago, leaving
tis vast fortune, which consisted cf
agraey and property In Gcrmnuy nnd
Jmvrlca, to his four brothow.
Eevlval of Interest In tho Columbia,
Yalley Railroad Company has come;
tarnugh the Introduction In tho nation
al bouse of representatives of a bill
tm srant this railroad a right of way
hwugh tho government military rca-'
eation at Vancouver. Three Tree l
Stint nnd Scarborough Head and the'
gesrauUne station opposite Astoria.
HIGH PRICE FOR KISSES.
Wisconsin Woman Wants Damages
for Being Hugged Against Her
Mrs. Sarah Stnten, of Sauk county,
Wisconsin, wants $15,000 for three
kisses. She appeared before Judge
Z c a or n i rl rrnvn 1nnnolflnn nl.
leging that David G. James, of Rich
land Center, had hugged and kissed
her three times against her will. The
trial will take place in Richland coun
ty circuit court in April.
James is well-to-do and is known all
over Wisconsin, having served last
year as department commander of
the G. A. R. He owns a farm in Sauk
county, upon which Mr. and Mrs. Sta
ten live and work. James frequently
visited the farm, and it was on one
of these visits that Mrs. Staten al
leges the offense was 'committed.
James denies the charge, and de
clares it a case of blackmail. He wns
present with his lawyer, Frank Uurn
ham, during the taking of Mrs. Sta
ten's deposition. Mrs. Staten is '47'
and J.ames is -58 years of age.
Dr., Thomas Condon.
March 3, 1902, is the 80th birthday
anniversary of Dr. Thomas Condon,
professor of geology in the University
of Oregon. To early Oregonians this
will recall the pioneer days when Dr.
Condon labored among them as a min
ister, of the gospel; with the scientists
it will recall his work as ohe of Amer
ica's geologists; to the college stu
dents it means much more that as
teacher and friend his work has gone
into the making of the manhood of
the state, and will continue to bear jjs
fruit in the many years to come. He
is a native of Southern Ireland. At
the age of 11 he came to New York
City, where he grew to manhood and
gained a grammar school education.
He attended the Methodist collegiate
school in Cazenovia, in Central Newl
York, taught school a number of years
and graduated from Auburn Theolog
ical Seminary in 1852. This same year
ho married Miss Cornelia Holt, of
Buffalo, and came to Oregon by way
of Cape Horn, as a home missionary
for the Pacific Coast. Mrs. Frederick
Nolf, of Pendleton, is a daughter of
Would Smash the Club.
If members of the "Hay Fever Asso
ciation" would use Dr. King's New dis
covery for Consumption, the club
would go to pieces, for it always cures
this malady and asthma, the kind
that bailies the doctors it wholly
drives from the system. Thousands of
once hopeless sufferers from consump
tlon, pneumonia, bronchitis owe their
lives and health to it. It conquers
grip, saves little ones from croup and
whooping cough and is positively guar
anteed for all throat and lung
troubles. GOc, $1.00. Trial bottles free
at Tallman &. cos.
A Creditable Performance.
Tho pupils' recital at St. Paul's
school Saturday eveniner. was nrobn
hly tho best yet given by the musical
department, says the walla Walla
Union. One especially intorestintr feat
ure was the fact that so many of the
performers who played with such case
were very young to appear In public.
Tho first nerformer. who was onlv 7
years of age, received the most en
thusiastic applause. The following
was the program: Selection. Josef
1 Low, Anna Wllmot; Bergoneretto
uurgmuller, Eula Kavanaugh; Air do
: uanet, unammade, Isabel de Charters
I Boyer: Fruhllnesrecon. Fink. Tlnrrlptt
'Lockwood; Papilllon, Gurlitt, Eleanor
now; naljade, Uurgmuller, Hazel Cole
man; Entr'acte from Rosamunde,
Schuhort, Lolia Sutherland; Sonatina'
Clement!, Cassa Issloy; Schorllzino,
Woolen haupt, (b) valse Petite, Hubs,
Lena Evans; duet, Bledertnann, Miss
Reynolds, Enid Smitten.
Lockjaw From Cobwebs.
Cobwebs put on a cut lately gave a
woman lockjaw. Millions know that
the best thing to put on a cut is Buck
Ion's Arnica Salve, the infallible heal
er of wounds, ulcers, sores, skin erup
tions, burns, scalds and plies. It cures
or no pay. Only 2Cc at Tallman &
A PECK OF TROUBLE
FIVE SUITS Fll,ED AGAINST
ATHENA MILL COMPANY.
Bond, the Manager, Wants Back Sal
ary, Which He Apparently So Rich
ly Earned, if Managing Property
With Great Losses Count for Any
thing. f '
In addition to the several suits nl
ready pending against the Athona
Flouring Mill Company, a corporation,
live others were 'filed with the county
clerk Monday. They are as follows:
W. E. Bond Wants Salary..
W. E. Bond, who lins been manager
for the Athona Flouring Mill Company
and its warehouses since the first of
January, 1001, asks the court to award
him ?S00 bnck salary, in addition to
$2371.17 which he paid out of his own'
funds nt tho instigation of the com
pany on debts. J. J. Balleray Is attor
ney for plaintiff.
Athena Bank Wants $2635.88.
Tho First National Bank of Athona,
asks the district court -for Umatilla,
county, to award it judgment in the
sum of $2G35.8S alleged to be due from
the Athena Flouring Mill Company,
for over drafts turned over to plaintiff
by C. A. Barrett for collection. Car
ter & Raloy are attorneys for plain
tiffs. T. J. Kirk Stored Grain. ,
T. J. Kirk alleges that he stored 76,
950 pounds of wheat and 43752 T)ounds(
of barley In the corporation's ware
houses, which he told Manager Bond
the company could use. provided it
would pay for the same on demand.
The grain was converted into flour
and shipped away and plaintiff has
onyl received $301.68 in return, there
for, although he has demanded his
money several times. He now prays
the court to give him Judgment in
the sum of $769.07, yet due as the rea
sonable value of the wheat. Carter
& Raloy are attorneys for plaintiff.
W. C. Mlnnis Sold Wood.
W. C. Minnis, the well-known wood
dealer, has brought suit for judgment
in the sum of $220.80 alleged to be
due from defendants for wood .deliver
ed in 1901. Carter & Raloy are at
torneys for plaintiff.
Koppittkc Asks Judgment.
Henry Kopplttke alleges that he
sold defendants $20G.22 worth of wood
and delivered the same to them in
Athena, and he asks the court to give
him judgment for this amount. J .J.
Balleray is attorney in this action.
Officers A. F. M. Co.
Thomas J. Kirk is the president of
the Athena Flouring Mill Company;
C. A. Barrett, vice-president; Davijd
Taylor, secretary; Jack Muerhead,
treasurer, and W. E .Bond manager.
Two More Suits.
Two more cases were filed with the
county clerk this morning, against the
Athena Flouring Mill Company. They
C. H. Brown and Louis Hodgen,
partners, ask the court to grant them
judgment against defendants in he
sum of $487.98, alleged to be due for
barley stored In defendants' ware
houses. . T. G. Hailey is attorney for
; Got Away With the Barley.
David Ferris says he stored barley
to ithe amount of $1259 in the Athena
Flouring Mill Company's warehouses,
forwhich defendants liuve n,cver paid.
He asks the court to award him judg
ment for this amount. T. G. Hailey is'
f'MAJOR MAGONE IS DEAD.
The Well Known Indian War Veteran
Died In the East.
News has been received in Portland
of the death of Major Joseph Magonq,'
uie. wen Known Indian war veteran.
Ho died in Ogdensburg, N. Y 'Febru
ary 15, at the age of 81 years.
Major Magone left Ogdensbiinr and
wenfWest in 1843, and In 1847 mdao
the journey overland to tho Pacific
uoast. in 1849 ho joined the irold
seekers in California. In 1853 he made
his home In the Willamette valley in
Oregon. He served during the Indian
war of the Pacific Slope, and rose to
the rank of Major. He loft surviving
tnree sons, two or whom, M. A. and
E. E. Magone, reside In Orogoh City,
nnd one in Montana; also a brother,
Daniel Magone, and a Bister, Mrs.Mc-aoey,-who'
reside in Ogdensburg.
Major Magone was a man of more
tnan ordinary ability, having a keen
perception, a good memory and a fine
command or language. His large ex
perionco as a pioneer in tho great
wuai. iinn given mm a fund of anec
dote and story that made him a man
oi marie wherover he wont.
major iwagonq was a well known
character In Eastern Orogon, and
many years ago was employed as a
mni wngnt for W. J. SnodKrass at
Oro Dell. Later he was a residont of
urant county, and d stineulshwi him.
self by walking from Cajiyon City to
Chicago to attend the World's Fnlr.
He was well known by all old
nents or thjs section.
The East Creqonian la Eastern n.
gon'd representative paper. It leads,
and the people appreciate It and show
It by their liberal Datronaaa. It la th
advertising medium of this section.
Alf R. Kelly, San Francisco.
R. E. 'Brlnkojs, Kansas Olty.
Charles E, Comstock, city.
Tom M. Chamberlain, Montana.
M. Mayer, San Francisco,
Wi. J. Ball, San Francisco.
G. H. Taylor, Weston.
D. B. Jarmon, Athona.
M. F. Gose, Pomeroy. '
George Harris, Portland.
W. O. Long. Pomeroy. 4
Andy Nylandor, Portland.
U. J. Wnre, Spokane.
R. H. Caston, Spokane.
G. T. Stevens, Spokane.
The Golden Rule.
W. Williams, Whitney. s
P. Undorwodd, Walla Walla.
Guthren, Nortli Powder.
E. Miller. Cold Springs. '
" F. N. Sibley, Portland.
P. H. Stephenson and wife, Condon
F. J. Gardner, Portland.
Li., A. Powoll, Ritzvilie.
P. Mitchell, city.
W. It .Brown, Amity.
Frnnk Reed and wife, Adams.
Henry Hlrm, Adnms.
George Picard, Adams.
Marion Smith, Portland. '
W. Y. Aiken, San Francisco.
John Kilkenny and wife.
John G. Hufrich, Spokane.
R. B. Hayhurst,' Portland.
Mrs. Mollie F. Crane, Echo.,
Dug Belts, Pilot Rock;
Rube Wilson, Adams.
Will Scott and wife, Helix.
Ula Slate, city. .
Mamie Wells, Dayton. i,,
A. F. Valrath, city.
James Cunha, Echo.
W. T. Reeves,, Echo.
L. B. Despair!, city.
L, F'. .Mason, Griunell.
M. Stevens, Grinnell. ,
W. "A. Dey and .wife, -Grinnell.
A .S. White, Griunell.
B. H. Wain and -family.
W. A. Mlckesell, Union.
G. D. Galley, Portland.
Senator Mitchelj Introduces a Bill in
the Senate for. That Purpose.
La Grande, Mardh 4. La Grande Is
to have a public building built by
Uncle Sam. Senator Mitchell is the
father of Bennte bill No. 4091, provid
ing it, which has been Introduced by
him and referred to the proper com
mittee who, he thinks, will report up
on it favorably. A site is provided
for in the bill, which will be purchas
ed by the go'vefnnlent. The estimated
cost of the .building is not given. The
news of the government's enterprise
is very pleasing to the people of La
Grande, particularly those who have'
desirable sites to sell, valuations of
which are already rising.
There is a case of smallpox on the
W. H. Babcock farm, near Eureka, on
Eureka flat, Washington.
TO CURB A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. A'l
druggists refund the .money if it falls to cure
K. W. Groro's signature Is on each box. 25c.
When yot are
Everyone speaks well of
you- When you are very
much alive some speak
ill. If anyone speaks ill
of us its because we are
One thing is certain
you get better groceries
for less money when you
buy of F. 8. Younger &
Don't believe the knock
ers; try them for your
selvfis; order of
F. S. YOUNGER & SON,
and get your goods
For Health, Strength and
Polydore Moens, Proprietor., (jl 1 1 JjllL 1 1 Lit I DlLiI
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Onion Sets, Gar
den Seeds. ....
. etc., etc. etc. .
Martin Family Grocery and Bakery,
Main St. Next to Joe Basler's.
JESSE FAILING nj
...THE CARPET MAN...
We Are Cleaning Oat...
Our Wiptor CariHJts to mnkc room for our Now
Spring 8took It's it swooping; reduction in
prices, too, nnd tho wiso housekoepor will do
well to tuku u'lviuitn;;.) of thorn. Co 111 u now
and make your selection of I,aco Curtulns,
Hortiers, Hugs, utc. doling out an elegant
lino of Hope fortiers, Matting and WAll Paper,
Sewing Machines of All Kinds.
BYERS' BEST FLOUR
To make good bread nso By era' Bst Floor. It took 13 rat
premium at the Chicago World's, Fair over all competi
tion, and givea excellent satisfaction, wherever need.
Every sack is guaranteed. We have the best Bteam
Kollod Barley, Seed Bye and Beardless Barley.
PENDLETON ROLLER MILLS
W. S. BYERS, Proprietor.
HOW DO YOU
The new store can never be
known unless It advertises
$3 00 per Daj and Upwards.
Special Rates to Eastera Oregon people visiting Portland. Headaurtri
fo tourlBt5 and commercial traveler. if. C. BOWERS, Maiwl?
LEGAL BLANKS Efc."5Les
aiogue 01 mem. a inn spply always kept in stock.
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nave jtfst received a fresh
lot of Walla Walla Butter Crackers.
BEAUTY IN THE KITCHEN.
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to show them to you.
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expect people to know what
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