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V"e claim to have the best assortment of popular prh-el Shoes
in the city.
Chiidrens' Shoes S1.25 to Si 50
Boys' Shoes . I.25 to 2 25
MnsT Workin'g Shoes. . 1.4010 2.75
Mens Dress Shoes. .'. . . 2.50 to 5.00
"We have jut received a line of Canvas and Bicycle Shoos, which
tve atesmlltng twenty-five per cent cheaper than any other store
in the town
BAER Sf DALEY
One Price Glothiers, Furnishers and Hatlers, Pendleton.
"WEDNESDAY. MARCrf 12. 1902.
The Russian general, Gribski. who
was responsible for the massacre at
BlagovostchensUeU, has been dismiss
ed from the army.
Bishop Spalding, of the Colorado
diocese of the Protestant Episcopal
church, died at Erie. Pa.. Sunday, at
the home of his sou, of pneumonia,
aged 85 years. He was born in Bel
grade, lie.. August. 25. 1S2S.
Senator Vest, in a speech in the
senate on the ship subsidy bill, said
73 per cent of the subsidy on the
Atlantic side would go to the Interna
tional. Navigation Company. It would
take money out of the treasury with
out giviug any value in return.
- A meeting of the creditors of the
late Archbishop Purcell was held at
Cincinnati at which resolutions were
adopted asking for the discharge of
the receivers and appealing to Rome
for special collections throughout the
United States to wipe out the indebt
edness, of which there is a balance of
For nearly two hours Monday. Sena
tor Vest, of Missouri, addressed the
senate in opposition to the pending
.ship subsidy bill. No member of tlie
body has been accorded more flatter
ingly close attention than he received.
Despite his evident feebleness, he
spoke with force and fire, and at
times became brilliantly eloquent.
PACIFIC NORTHWEST NEWS
The city of Lewiston will buy the
water .works in that town owned by
. private parties for 70.000 cash.
Joe Hughes, colored, shot and kill
ed. Bob Patterson, colored, at Rosyln,
"Wash.. Monday night They quarrel
ed over a woman, to whom both were
.T. A. Ward, of The Dalles, although
confined to his home since last Oc
tober from i'lness, has in some way
contracted the smallpox and is dan
gerously ill with it.
Charles A. Semler. one of the best
lcuowu young business men of Akron,
Ohio, is missing, and he is accused
. of having taken with him $10,000 of
other people's money.
1 . ...Governor T. T. Geer has received a
-petition ior uie parnon 01 wiinuru r.
- Beckman. who is serving a life sen
tence in the penitentiary, for the mur
der of his wife in Douglas county, on
September 10. 1804.
.Henry Fleckenstein. who has for
over a quarter of a century engaged
in the wholesale liquor business in
Portland, as a member of the firm of
Fleckenstein & Mayer, has disposed
of his interest in the business to Mr.
The steamer Nome City arrived at
Seattle Monday from Valdes and II
iamnia with three sacks of Youkon
mail, but none from Nome. The ves
sel reports a stampede from Valdes
to the Bremmer placer diggings, 200
miners having left already, t
E. P. Mahaffy of Umatilla, a laborer
by occupation, has filed a petition in
bankruptcy in the United States dis
trict court in Portland. The liabilities
amount to $055, and the assetB con
sist of an undivided one-half interest
in some lots in Old Town, La Grande,
value .unknown, and 511C wages due
from the O. R. & N. Co.
Spokane men have commenced
work on a steamer to navigate the
Columbia between Wenatchee and
Rickey rapids, just below Kettle FallB.
The promoters of the enterprise are
J. D. Miller, one of the pioneer steam-'
boat men of the Pacific Coast, who
.has been in a pilot house for 45 years,
and other business men.
Charles Eisenbels, a pioneer of Pu-,
get Sound, died at Port Townsend in
ins 7&th yar. Almost the snme hour
F. E., Elsenbeis, his brother, died at
Stellacoom, Wash. As a member of
the family of Charles Elsenbeis was
In the telegraph offlce sending the
news of the death of Charles, he re
ceived a message announcing tho
death of F. E. EisenbeiB.
William McBride. Athenn.
George Ginn. Walla Walla."
F. L. Blair, Weston.
M. A. Kees. Walla Walla.
Miss Ruby Dickey, Echo.
Miss Blanche Crayne. Echo.
J. B. Linn, La Grande.
F. E. Ramsey, Portland.
B. G. Baker, Portland.
H. S. Curtis, Deadwood.
W. C. Howell, St. Paul.
R. P. Wingfield. Boise City.
Miss Wingfield. Boise City.
Mrs. McWilliams. Meacham.
W. Glendening, Portland.
Mrs. Glendening, Portland.
D. E. Hall. Portlnad.
Ben F. Sinsheimer, Portland.
T. F. Mahoney, Butte.
Ben Rosenfeld, San Francisco.
Dr. Best, Weston.
R. B. Caswell, Walla Walla.
A. F. Bernard, Portland.
Mrs. E. J. Sibley, Walla Walla.
J. W. Egan. Quincy, HI.
S. B. Calderhead, Walla Walla.
J. McCabe. Walla Walla.
Al. P. Mendelsohn, San Francisco.
Dan Shults, Spokane.
R. H. Caston, Spokane.
H. Donley, Spokane.
R. Jones, Echo.
M-rs. F. C. Greer, Weston.
W. M. Carruthers, Omaha.
Fred Kress, Riparia.
The Golden Rule.
G. W. Proebstel, Weston.
E. L.. Barnett, Athena.
J. W. Peringer Adams.
E. T. Cockburn, Milton.
William Folsom, Pilot Rock.
Frank K. Wells. Milton.
J. A. Little, Antelope.
Kate Rinehart and family, Summer
ville. S. Kinnear, Weston.
(Dr. J. C. Smith, Adams.
J. D. Gregor, Adams.
J. O. Hals, Adams.
W. H. H. Scott, Athena.
William Haskills, Walla Walla.
E. S. Waterman, Athena.
G. W. Bradley, Athena.
J. A. Nelson, city.
V. M. Shick. Athena.
W. W. McQueen, Milton.
C. J. MteKenzie, Milton.
C. P. Smith, Tamarack.
J. M. Speaks.
James Kirkpatrick, Weston.
M. A. Baker, Weston.
W. H. Reeder, Athena.
T. J. Kirk, Athena.
F. M. Evans, Freewater.
C. G. Marey.
F. W. Nesllne. Connell.
Carl Kupers, Helix.
John S. Vinson, Freewater.
H. B. Nelson, Weston.
Frank Hanlen, Meacham.
Jerry Swart, Bingham.
A. W. Murphy, Weston.
G. Wl Hansell, Athena.
Alex Hudson, McKay.
W. E. Putnam. Milton.
G. A .Cowl, Milton.
W. P. Waller. Milton.
H. C. Adams, Weston.
F. J. Gardner, Portland.
C. Carroll, Spokane.
C. D. Ririker, Spokane.
R. F, Johnson, Fairvlew.
J .T. Hinkle, Milton.
1 H. Stubsman, Portland.
I Oscar Tibbetts, La Grande.
J. W. Duncan. Umatilla.
"After using a few bottles of Kodol
Dyspepsia Cure my wife received per.
feet and permanent relief from a se
vere and chronic case of stomach
trouble," says J .R. Holly, real estate,
insurance and loan agent, of Macomb,
III. "Before using Kodol Dyspepsia
Cure fine could not eat an ordinary
meal without Intense Buffering. She
is now entirely mred. Several phy
sicians and many remedies bad fail
ed to give relief." You don't have to
dicL Eat any good food you want,
but don't 'overload the stomach. Ko
dol Dyspepsia Cure will always di
gest it for you. Tallman Co. &
Brock & McComas.
LAUD VALUES GO UP
IMMIGRATION FROM THE
EAST CAUSE OF IT.
The Population Is Increasing and
Land Values Are Rising in Geomet
rical Ratio Real Estnts Agents'
In view of the rush of homoseokers
that arc coming to this Northwestern
rountry. farm land and city property
is advancing in values all the time.
Real estate dealers say that during
the past six months the price of land
hns advanced from 50 to 75 per cent
and In many instances it has advanc
ed as much as 100 per cenL During
the past month property has increas
ed in value more than in any other
time, which is wholly due to the rush
of bomeseekers that are coming here.
Fr.m Innd has ndvancd more than
Htv rorty. Places that sold six
months aeo for Sfl00 and ?40U0 a
quarter section cannot be bought now
for less than from ?G000 to $8000. and
is sought after at this price. Real
estate dealers are on the go all the
time with men who are looking over
the country to buy and not a little city
property is changing hands.
In evidence of the fact that city
property is moving, one real estate
dealer has -sold S9 lots in the city
limits since the first of the year. All
these were vacant lots, except two.
They are located in different parts of
the town and most of tliem are being
purchased by people who are going to
build themselves homes thereon.
Some of them, however, are being
bought by enterprising people who
see an opportunity for building houses
on them and selling them during the
next few months at an advance in
price. Some lots are purchased by
those who have either sold their
ranches in the country at a good fig-j
ure or have leased them to some one,
and are going to build a nice home in I
town, so as to give their children the
benefit of the public schools, but
many of them have been bought by
people who have come in from some
other part of the country and expect
to make their home in Pendleton.
However, the rush has not yet com
menced with the -real estate men. or,
at least, they anticipate one of the
best years in the history of the busi
ness in this country and are preparing
to handle this rush of business.
While most of the incomers are des
tined for Washington points, many of
them will drift back Into Oregon and
find homes that will suit them as well
or better. In fact. It will be impossi
ble for the state of Washington to
furnish comfortable homes for all
those going into its borders and as
they realize that they cannot get hold
of land in that state they will gradu
ally come this way and Oregon will
unlimately get her share of the East
erners who are seeking to find new
One reason given for so many peo
ple coming West is that land has be
come extremely high In the better
farming sections of the East .and
many of them are selling out for the
prevailing prices at home and remov
ing to the middle states where they I
can buy la. little cheaper. There they
buy out people who are coming here,
paying them, in many instances, twice
as much as is asked for land on the
Coast. Then those who sell in the
middle states come west, where they
can invest their money in still cheap
er lands, but landb that are more val
uable from a productive standpoint
than the lands they sold.
The present prices will not prevail
for farm lands much longer, as people
who own it are just beginning to real
ize what it is really worth. It is ex
pected to advance more during the
next six months than during the past
The population of the Inland Em
pire is being rapidly augmented, with
the result that land values are rising
in geometrical ratio, which means a
lower wage scale for those who have
to depend upon their labor, particu
larly the unskilled class.
The Vice of Nagging.
Clouds the happiness of the home,
but a nagging woman often needs
help. She may be so nervols and run
down in health that trifles annoy her.
If she i s melancholy, excitable, troubl
ed with loss of appetite, hedache,
sleeplessness, constipation or fainting
ana aizzy speus. she needs Eiictrlc
Bitters, the most wonderful remedy
for ailing women. Thousandr of suff
erers from female troubles, nervous
troubles, backache and weak kidneys
have used it, and become healthy and
happy. Try It Only 50c. Tallman &
Co. guarantee satisfaction.
AT THE FRAZER.
Daniel Sully in a Play that Appeals
to the Heart.
Daniel Sully, in "Thi Pnrich
Priest" at Frazer's tnnleht Mmi,
JPlaygoers never tire of atnea ni.
tures that anneal to tho h
hold their nlace when th
meretricious kind are fnrpnttann
This is the experience of "The Par
ian wriest." a beautiful revelation or
life in Pennsylvania, f mm the nan rt
.Daniel L. Hart, whose inspiration
was uenvea rrora experiences that
came under his observation. "Father
Whalen" as depicted by Mr. Daniel
Sully, is a character that arouses the
ioepest Interest from start to finish, j
He was ever present with his kindly '
face and loving words. He is witty
and humorous and at times tearfully 1
tender. He offends no man s creea
but reveals a loving side that de
lights. "Nellie" is his nelce, whose
love affair is at first unhappy but
which terminates gladly at last.
"Big Jim" is n manly character, rull
of honest courage and a typical re
presentative of his class. Other
characters are as pleasing. The piny
redounds with wit, amusing sayings
We give no rewards. An offer of
this kind is the meanest of deceptions.
Test the curative powers, of Ely's
Cream Balm for the cure of catarrh,
hay fever and cold in the head and
you are sure to continue the treat
ment. Relief Is immediate and a cure
follows. It is not drying, does not
produce sneezing. It sooths and heals
the membrane. Price 50 cents at drug
gists or by mail. Ely Brothers, 5G
Warren street. New York.
Clarence Myrick Injured.
"Word has just readied Pendleton
of a serious accident, which happen
ed to Clarence, the 5-year-old son of
Mir. and Mrs. J. W. Myrick, who live
on the Chris Simpson place, near
Warren station. Mx. Myrick was
around the barnyard, where an old
gentle horse was kept, and his little
son was in the habit of being placed
on the back of tills horse and riding
him aronnd the corral. He was on
the horse Sunday evening, as was his
custom at various occasious, and the
animal stumbled, throwing the little
fellow to the ground with the result
that both bones of the left arm, below
the elbow, were broken. A physician
was summoned and the fracture re
duced and the boy is getting along as j
well as could be expected under the j
For the Complexion.
The complexion always suffers from
billiousness or constipation. Unless
the bowels are kept open the impuri
ties from the body appear in the ;
form of unsightly eruptions. DeWltt's
Little Early Risers keep the liver and
bowels in healthy condition and re
move the cause of such troubles. C. E.
Hooper, Albany, Ga., says: "I took .
DeWitt's Little Early Risers for bil
liousness. They were just what I
needed. I am feeling better now than
in years." Never gripe or distress. 1
Safe, thorough and gentle. The very
best pills. Tallman & Co. and Brock
& McComas. '
A Pendleton Composer.
C. W. McLyman, of Pendleton. Is
the author and composer of a march,
which has just been published by a
Cincinnati music house, entitled the
"Belles of Pendleton." It is dedicated I
t r tlio vnnti( 1 o 1 i or- if V t nU f
.vr vuv. t x.k4i.4j-, iuvhuo lUia K-llj aliU
the front page of the sheet is illus
trated with the photos of eight of
Pendleton's popular young ladies.
The sheet is printed in colors and
has the photo of the author as a
further embellishment. It is on sale '
at Frazier's hook store.
TO CURE GRIP IN TWO DAYS
Laxative Bromo-Quinlne removes the cause.
E. W. Grove's signature on every box. Price
When yotf are
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voir When you are very
much alive some speak
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of us its because we are
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you get better groceries
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buy of F. S. Younger &
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er; try them for your
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and get your goods
delivered promptly. .
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We Are Cleaning Oat
Our Winter Carpets to make room for our New
Spring Stock-it a sweeping reduction in
prices, too. and the wise housekeeper will do
well to take advantage of them. Come now
and make your selection of Lace Curtains,
Portiere, Rugs, otc. Closing out an elegant
line of Hope Portiers, Matting and Wall Paper.
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