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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 12, 1902.
Children's, Misses1 and
We have on our bargain
counter now a few broken
lines of Children's, Miss
es' and Ladies' Shoes,
which we offer you at
prices that will surprise
you. The prices are low,
but the goods are of the
best quality. You will
get the cut price on these
Shoes whether you ask
for it or not.
DINDINGER, WILSON & CO.
Successors to Clearer Brothers.
Miss EIslo Parker. They are both 1 REPUBLICAN
residents of this county. j
The appointment of James H.
Tinnntc n F Rnlin. for iintnrv nubile has
been approved by Governor Geer and
returned to the county clerk.
Marion Kces, manager of the Whit
man College Glee Club, which Is to
give an entertainment here Saturday
night, Is in town making the prelim
I General Manager Joseph Mc'Cabe
' and General Freight and Passenger
'Agent S. B. Calderhead, of the W. &
I C. R., are In the city looking after
the affairs of their road.
; H. F. Nichols, trainmaster for the
W. & C. R., stationed at Hunt's Junc
tion, left Tuesday evening for his
home, after spending a day with Wal
ter Adams, the agent at Pendleton.
Walter Muniford is suffering from
the effects of getting u piece of emery
in his right eye while working in
Robert Forster's planing mill a few
days ago. He does not expect to lose
the sight, but it is giving blm con
siderable trouble and pain.
I hereby announce myself a candidate for
the nomination of county treasurer of Umatilla
eannty, subject to the will of the next rcpubli
can county convention. B. F. Kenn.
For Justice of the Poace.
I hereby announce myself a candidate for
the nomination for Justice of the peace of
Pendleton district, subject to the will of the
Mrs. F. C. Greer, of Weston, is reg
istered at the Hotel Pendleton.
Jacob Betz, the Walla Walla brew
ery king, is a guest of the Hotel St.
M. A. Kees and R. B. Caswell, of
Walla Walla, are registered at Hotel
Senator George W. Proebstel, of
Weston, Is attending the republican
county convention today.
Lester Swagggart went to Athena
today to see how operations were pro
gressing on his new building.
Mrs. C. P. Davis left ihis morning
for St Mary's hospital at Walla
Walla, to undergo an operation.
Miss Stella Alexander is expected
home the last of the week from an
extended visit with friends at Baker
Mrs. M. F. Kelly, of the Golden
Rule hotel left this morning for Walla
Walla, to visit relatives and friends
lor a few dayB.
Mrs. W. M. Blair ,of Weston, was
in town yesterday visiting her son,
Frank Blair, who is with the Cleaver
Brothers Dry Goods -Co
MILTON AND FREEWATER.
Efforts Being Made to Consolidate
Them Under One Government
The roport comes to Pendleton that
the move is again being revived for
the consolidation of the towns of Mil
ton and Freewater. For several years
Milton has been negotiating with the
people of Freewater to get the two
towns under the management of the
same head, but this has been strongly
opposed by the residents of Free
water. It is now said that the rivalry
that has existed so long is somewhat
dying out and the people are begin
ning to get closer together, on matters
of interest to both plnces. Milton is
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the conclusion that Freewater might , nation made unanimous.
Alex Hudson, of McKay, M. A. Ba
ker, of WVjston, Charles A. Frazier, of
Pendleton and George Buzan, of Pen
dleton, were named for assessor, but
the names of Baker and Hudson were
withdrawn after the second ballot.
After three ballots had been taken
guished lenders, past and present, do
hereby enthusiastically endorse the
candidacy of W. J. Furnish for gover
nor of the great commonwealth of
Oregon, and wo earnestly recommend
lilm tlin nnmiln rf tho ctnrn no nil
honest, nble, conscientious and fear
less leader, loyal to his friends and
true to the principles and teachings
of our party, and we hereby instruct
the delogatcs to the state and con
gressional conventions to tuo all hon
ornble means to secure his noniinn
tion for governor of Oregon."
Judge Fee nominated, in a brief but
effective address, Dr. F. W. Vincent,
of Pendleton, for state senator. The
suggestion was received with great
cordialty by the convention, and,
there being no other nomination, Vin
cent was chosen by acclamation.
Henry Adams, of Milton, and C. E.
McComber. of Uklah. were nominated
by acclamation amid great applause
for representatives in the legislature.
M. J. Carney was then nominated
by L. B. Reeder for sheriff. H. H.
Hallock seconded the nomination in
a forcible speech, and as there were
no other nominations, Carney was
named for sheriff by acclamation.
Frank O. Rogers, of Athena, was
nominated for county clerk bv accla
George A. Cole, of Milton. H. A.
Faxon, of Pendleton, and W. H. Fol
soni, of Pilot Jtock, were named for
On the third ballot
nual bench show of the Chicago Ken
nel club, which opened today In the
Coliseum, Is a record 'breaker both
such as the St. Bernards, Great
Danes and mastiffs, are also numer
ous. Judcinir commenced tnrlnv nrl
j'. u w.. 1.... DWlCi JL
Daniel Waters was granted a mar-jday's proceedings were largely of
rlage license this morning to wed
For a First-Class article in
TALLMAN & GO.
THE LEADING DRUGGISTS.
Any Pair in Our Window for I
We are showing a preat line of Ladies' and Men's Fine
Dress'Shoesformer price ranging from $4.00 to S6.00
They ate eoing last. You'll liave to hurry in order to
""w "kuvo(;b ui iiiubt; tow prices.
gain a point over her by letting in
saloons, and this is said to he the
cause of the undercurrent that is be
ing worked so hard on the sly to
unite them. Whether or not the move
will ever amount to anything remains
to be seen, for it is strongly opposed
by most of the Freewater neonle. who
..... . , . ; , , , imeu uunuis nuu ueen taiten
sav that thev nrefer to maintain tho r .. .. .
, . : - - :. . , . wiuioui decisive resuu, tne question
w?mS aS a CUy lndePendent of'was raised that one more vote was
what Milton does. cast than there
Chicaao Doa stow ' wnereuPn the chairman directed the
T LStT secretary to call the roll and see how
wi.i.fauu, in., ilitiiuu iue UU- manv lelfiCfltPR TOp nrpnont Tl.o
call showed that there were 111 dele
gates present and entitled to vote. It
Wno 1mn mntmtl Vnl Al-.,, i
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7Z B J.u. , anu vaneiy 01 1 lot be declared the vote of the con
the exhibits. Nearly every state and , vention. When this motion was' sub
territory of the union, together with j mitted it was voted down. This dec
several of the Canadian provinces, laration would have nominated Bu
are represented in- the entries. While ' 2an by 11 majority. At this point the
the display of lap dogs is particularly chairman directed that a new ballot
bi vaiidies ol (ins.De taken. On the third ballot Buzan
and Frazier each received G5 votes
and Hudson, 1 vote; no nomination.
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win continue till the show closes onjzler. The nomination of Buzan was
Saturday nlSht then ordered unanimous. Mr. Frazier
State BmrH nf TmH. then arose and said he would stand
State Board of Trade. by the nominee heart and soul. The
Concord, N. H., March 12. The i announcement was received with
New Hampshire board of trade is in i great enthusiasm,
annual session today at the Eagle ho-1 County Treasurer
tel with delegates in attendance t y J.nMU.nIm
from all parts of the state. Thn . "mprvine and B. F. Renn,
nt "L CUU1KIU". were pracea In
nomination. There was only one bal
lot, 107 votes being cast, Summer
villo receiving 60, Renn 46 and Alex
Hudson 1. Summerville was declar
ed the nominee. Mr. Renn arose and
said he would gladly support the
Thomas P. Oillllnnd -ronn nnmnrl Titr
acclamation for commissioner.
J. W. KImbrell was nnminntprt w
i)r. w. G. Cole was nomlnninri h
acclamation ior coroner.
Justices of the Peace
The chairman suggested a recess to
enable the delegates from tht finvnrnl
districts to select their candidates for
justices, which was agreed upon and
a recess was then taken for 20 min
The County Platform.
To the Republican County Convention
umaiiua uounty, assembled
we, your committee on platform
and resolutions, bog leave to submit
The republicans of Umatilla coun
ty, by thoir representatives in con
vention assombled, appealing for pop
ular approval of thoir claims, address
Lnnf 1V? ? th0 honestr and Intel-
ennnf v VterS f Ulna"a
county, and in so doing declare:
our iw . ,n' and reammi
our allegiance to, the principles of
5i Thcm whch have
maintained for half a century and
conduced to the marvelous growth
and development of our country In
prosperity, wealth and intelligence.
Wo believe in holding all the Amer-
.! jiuuHUHBions, ana in extending to
u uuueui, economic and lntolli
.cally as is consistent with officlencyj
that no money shall be paid out with
out warrant of law; that the taxes
should he collected and applied to the
cancellation of the county's dobt as
fast as possible; and thnt tho ac
counts of tho county bo accurately
and plainly kept audited.
We favor a fair and just nssessmont
of all property subject to taxation
without discrimination or favor; and
that the treasurer he made tho tax
L. B. REEDER,
J. C. SMITH,
H. C. JANES,
W. G .COLE,
J. W. CORNELLISON.
Justices, Constables, Supervisors.
Helix, A. B. Montgomery, constable;
D. B. Richardson, justice, W. O. War
ren, road supervisor. Juniper, J. A.
Edwards, supervisor. Vancycle, W. J.
Stockman, supervisor. Pondleton, for
justice. Thomas Fltz Gerald, 23 votes;
Joe H. Parkes. 12, which nominates
Fitz Gerald; A. J. Gibson, constable.
Milton. Cottonwood and Valley. J. S.
Miller, justice; J. W. Dykes, "consta
ble; road supervisors North Milton,
J. N. Basket, South Milton, Robert
Chapman, Cottonwood, George Ginn,
Echo, Umatilla and Yoakum, John
Dorn, justice; Elmer Spikes, consta
ble; Frank Spike, road supervisor.
Pilot Rock, Nelson Rogers, justice; A.
Miller, central committeeman. Wes
ton, L. S. Wood, justice: Charles
These nominations were ratified by
The countv central
authorized to fill all vacancies on the
ticket, and at 3:50 p. m. the conven
After the adjournment the mnmlmrs
of the county central committee met
to elect a chairman for the ensuing
Frank Curl, Chairman.
Frank S. Curl, of Pendlnt.nn.
chosen chairman of the county
After Hawaiian Business.
Seattle, Wash., March 12. Another
dlroct steamship sorvlco botwecn
Seattle and Honolulu is about to bo
inaugurated. As a result of tho ab
sorption of the American-Hawaiian
steamships by J. L. Lapham, there
will ensuo a vigorous fight for tho
trade between tho Hawaiian Isles
and tho Oriont. Tho points of war
fare on the coast will be Seattle and
Snn Francisco. This city will have
two direct steamers. San Fransisco
will have two, and tho remainder of
the present fieot, as heretofore, will
call at both ports on thoir regular
run from New York. Tho new steam
ship line operating from this city
will employ two 5,000-ton steamships,
for both passengers and freight, al
though the main idea will be to hand
lo the ever-growing cargo business.
Already the contracts for the vessels
have been let in the east. Tho con
tracts provldo that the two vessels
will bo fast and commodious, of
pleasing design and bo completed by
outine nature and Interest contnrs
chiefly in the annual banquet to be
given by the Concord Commercial
club tonight Speakers prominent
in commercial circles and the var
ious professions will be heard.
Boonville, lnd March 12. -The re
publicans of the First congressional
district met in conventfon here today
and nominated Congressman James
A. Hemenway. There was no opposi
tion to the nomination and the con
vention was in the nature of a love
Y"l r- -i .
i iic conor wno touched a Man in a
Drummer What started tha flrrht?
Landlord Pettyvilie Tavern Oh!
Charles Henry Didd got married day
before yesterday, and in today's paper
the eidtor of the Weekly Plaindealer
followed tho announcement of the
event with a little pleasantry about
hopin that all their troubles would
be little ones. This is the third time
Charles Henry has been married,
and he's got seven children to show
for it, and the brrdo has h.irl nun
husband before and still has five
children. And as the editor wns
afraid the groom wouldn't see the
point of the joke he stonnetl him in
front of the postoffice, the most public
place in town, and started to explain
to him in a loud voico, - whereupon
Charles Henry hit him on the hose.
I presume it was the most natural
thing in the world that they should
have a fight. That is the way it
New Hampshire Prohibitionists.
Concord, N. H., March 12. Prohi
bitionists rallied hero in force today
to complete arrangements for the par
ticipation of the party in the coming
campaign. Tho convention was call
ed to order shortly after 30 o'clock
by Rev. Edwin Morrell. In addition
to a full representation of tho var
ious countlos of tlin fitnto. thnrn worn
a number of prohibitionists in attend
ance of national prominence from
Bciupm tne niorniw
with an all-gone feehV
in the stomache and,
desire for a good Cup
of coffee andnot getit,
T VTYI iJIIH
in the future, it is pleas.
ant in flavor and g0es
right to the spot.
Cheapest place in Orego
Huston & Carney, Proft,
L.eave Pendleton nvnri- rla ..
HXI'.ITIT Minnow n M4lHt 1 1
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aviuo, aiuu itiiu uKian. fin
LiujiuuunLiiiiiM. nHRnnnaiim ......
uny omce at Tall man A Co'i
"And yet," observed the informa
tion editor, "Stone can't be called a
hard name to remember."
"Still." retorted the exchanco pA
tor, "those bandits seemed to think
it necessary to keep a lot of locks to'
remember her by when they let her
"The band," said the other, scowl
ing, "will now play a band-ditty."
THE POPULAR STORE OF PENDLETON
ST. JfilF STflRF
??,J&mYni, a11 tbe reasonable and new things in
JJKli.bo GOODS in Woolens, our salespeople will be glad to
fihow you our Granite SuitingF.Plain nnd Stripen, Imported Mel
tonB, Hop Backings Basket Clothes, Black Satin, Burbans and
many others. In WASH GOODS, almost anything you can
cuii lur uh niir nrnntr wuu -nnmip on nnmninn ...... i ir . A
"ormasanKouveautes, Suprenia Tissues, ErlairDe Soir, Point
Deveniso, Soir Jouree, Mercerized Mummy Cloth, and many
othera we can't mention here. We know we can r leaae you ia
Bhi & fx?1!? Pric', We also have a beautiful stock d
Slili t Waists, Notions, Belts, Hosery, etc. You can't afford to
buy your spring goodB without looking our line over, as it it
very large and complete in all departments.
No Truth in Report.
Washington, March 12. The re
port that the German ambassador,
Von Holleben had been recalled be
cause ho had, in some mannor, dis
pleased this government, is emphati
cally denied by tho state department.
Steamer Reported Lost
Halifax. N. S.. March 12. It Is rn.
ported hero that the Allan line steam
er Huronian, from Scotland, has been
wrecked on Sable Island, the most
treacherous part of the route across
In the city
The Pendleton Shoe Co..
TMa signature li on orery boat at tho Eenniw
iiuuivc UrumO'UUHIine Tablet
the remedy that ewtam uculd ia o oy,
gent administration of government of
We favor the opening of the Colum
ola river to navigation above The
Dalles and demand of our senators
and representatives In congreas their
best efforts toward securing adequate
aid for that purpose.
nlf ty aIaTB we domnnd on the
part of the omcore that tho laws Bhall
be enforced; that the business of the
county shall be conducted as economJ
I CHILDRFM'Q l
MADE ON THE NEW
Coming nearer to the
shape of the natural foot
than anything yet pro
duced 65c 75c 85c
SOME EXTRA NICE
According to ranges in sizes.
... TO .
Mark the hats from our establishment, they have an
artistic flavor to them that stamp them as coming from
an establishment where taste and correct methods
prevail. And we bring to bear our ability and our
ample facilities towards the production -of the best
PATTERNS NOW ON DISPLAY.
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